25 People Admit the Worst Things They’ve Done for Good Reasons

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Have you ever been put in a situation where you’d think if you did the right thing, it could also make you look like a total a**hole? It’s hard to be put in that situation, isn’t it? What do you do then? Do you do the right thing or walk away?

Either way, there isn’t a right or wrong way to get out of difficult situations. You get through it, then grin and bear it. Or you can punch the living crap out of whoever is making the situation difficult and then you can walk away, grinning. The latter sounds like a much better option, to be honest.

Some times, people can seriously tick you off, especially when they’re being an a**hat to you and the people around you. So, it shouldn’t be a surprise to them when they get what’s coming to ’em. I’m sure it was well deserved and when they look back in retrospect, they realize that they probably should’ve done things differently.

These 25 people admit to doing bad things for good reasons:


I kicked a drunk midget’s ass. This was because he was trying to hit on my girlfriend for at least 3 hours over the course of the night. Anyways, when he told her what he was gonna do to her later that night (which by the way was EXTREMELY explicit), I knocked that motherf*cker out.


I just punched a blind guy for being intolerably rude to my significant other. He purposefully whacked my girlfriend’s butt with his cane, then made horrendously rude comments and advances that were not warranted. I told him that the lady wasn’t interested, and he said “What are you going to do? Hit a blind guy?” One more rude comment later, and I’d knocked him one across the face, sending him to the ground. I’m pretty sure he was genuinely blind, because he sure didn’t see the punch coming.


My old boss has a child with a mild case of cerebral palsy that he lets get away with practically anything. One day he was walking around the store kicking the other employees I was working with. He came up to me and I told him “If you kick me, I WILL kick you back.” He ran off and kicked another employee, then came back behind me and kicked me in the leg. True to my word I turned around and whacked that pompous kid in the shin. He whined about it and went and told his dad, who simply said “Bluebombermobile is like your Aunt, she doesn’t take any crap.” The little punk avoided me after that.


Grabbed a girl by the hair and punched her in the face because she stubbed out her cigarette on my sisters hand. Only time I’ve ever hit a girl. I should have handled it differently, but I was just a kid.

Written by Irvi Torremoro

Irvi Torremoro is an Austinite by way of Las Vegas. She's worked in various outlets in food & beverage and is now focused on writing, eating all the things, talking about Beyonce, and petting all the puppies. She runs, a lifestyle blog about people in the service industry.